Cloud startup SugarSync just closed an additional $3 million in funding, according to an SEC filing.
The "enterprise cool kids" are partnering up so customers can visualize relevant data to better understand the effectiveness of their teams.
Cloud storage powerhouse Dropbox will host its first-ever developer conference — dubbed DBX — on July 9 in San Francisco.
Apple now has more than 300 million users on its iCloud storage and syncing service, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said today on its Q2 2013 earnings call.
Enterprise social networking business Jive Software has launched its spring 2013 update with new features including "rooms" for collaborating on specific projects, and integration with cloud storage service Box.
Forget about the cloud storage wars; competition is fiercer than ever in the cloud collaboration space.
Last June, Amazon announced that S3 had hit one trillion objects stored. That was a big milestone at the time. And now it has doubled that amount in less than a year.
Space Monkey is a young startup that wants to put a “mini data center” in your home that costs you $10 a month and gives you a massive 1TB of backup storage.
Cloud storage startup SugarSync has appointed former Intuit VP Mike Grossman to lead the company and help it take on rivals like Dropbox and Google Drive.
For Seagate, data demand plus hard drives means big bucks.
Cloud storage startup SugarSync has launched its smart redesign out of beta so all of its customers and potential new ones can give it a spin.
The cloud storage wars are heating up: Dropbox has released a series of features for its Teams service that will boost its appeal to large corporate customers.
Looks like connecting the world's top document software with the cloud is really paying off. Microsoft has announced that more than one billion Office documents are now stored in SkyDrive, following the launch of Office 365 Home Premium last week.
With its set of new features, Dropbox is moving away from file sharing and into the realm of "content." The goal is to be much more than just a personal storage system.
Despite launching little over a day ago, new cloud storage service Mega has seen 1 million users sign up, according to founder Kim Dotcom, who spoke at a Mega launch event at his home in New Zealand yesterday.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom's new service Mega launched to a limited number of users today, revealing pricing tiers and features for the first time.
Aaron Levie, Box's energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
YouSendIt has bought a venture-backed startup called Found for an undisclosed sum. The technology lets users discover their files, documents, and data across a variety of devices and cloud services.
Dropbox has agreed to acquire photo-focused startup Snapjoy, a move that could help Dropbox own the photo organization and backup space.
Forget organizing your pictures, and just enjoy them with Everpix.